Monthly Archives: February 2009

Test the Tester’s Site

So last weekend while I was supposed to be writing with Mike Kelly, I was distracted, and of course, distracted him from writing as well as we revamped my website. See: I’m sure my new site has issues, feel … Continue reading

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Karen’s unedited opinion of test script writing

Ok, so some years ago – now I promise this will tie back to a very recent conversation I had with a “tester” – but first – some years ago when I starting work as a newspaper reporter, I was … Continue reading

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Schools of Software Webcast

Scott Barber and I recorded a webcast on the schools of software testing, you can find it here: The topic is the schools of software testing. At the time of the recording, the topic wasn’t being bantered about as … Continue reading

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